Saturday, 29 June 2013

Malaysia-Press Release: Legislation Inconsistent with Article 12(4) of Federal Constitution is Unconstitutional

Press Release: Legislation Inconsistent with Article 12(4) of Federal Constitution is Unconstitutional





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Press Release

Legislation Inconsistent with Article 12(4) of Federal Constitution is Unconstitutional
The Malaysian Bar is concerned that section 107(b) of the Administration of Islamic Law (Federal Territories) Bill 2013 (D.R.1/2013) ("the 2013 Bill"), which has been tabled in Parliament, purports to provide that the consent of one parent alone is sufficient for the conversion of minor children to Islam.
We reiterate that the unilateral conversion of minor children to any religion by a parent, without the consent of the non-converting parent, is contrary to our constitutional scheme.

The 2013 Bill should reflect the meaning of "parent" contained in Article 12(4) of the Federal Constitution, read with Article 160 and the Eleventh Schedule of the Federal Constitution, which expressly provide that all words appearing in the Federal Constitution which are stated in one gender also include the other gender, and all words in the singular also include the plural. 

Article 12(4) of the Federal Constitution provides: "For the purposes of Clause (3), the religion of a person under the age of eighteen years shall be decided by his parent or guardian." (emphasis added).  The same gender reference to "his" appears in Article 12(3).

If the words were to be taken literally as they appear, then Articles 12(3) and (4) would be read to only apply to conversions of males under the age of 18 years, and would not apply to females.  This meaning or discrimination is clearly not the intention of such a provision in the Federal Constitution.  A sensible application of the specific provisions in Article 160 and the Eleventh Schedule of the Federal Constitution would read the word "his" as also meaning "her".  This would likewise apply to the word "parent".

Therefore, Article 12(4) must be construed as requiring the religion of children (whether male or female) under the age of eighteen years to be decided by one parent in cases where there is only one parent alive, and by both parents where both parents are alive.  Any legislation inconsistent with this principle would thus be unconstitutional, unless there is an amendment of Article 12(4) beforehand.

While section 107(b) of the 2013 Bill maintains substantially the language of section 95 of the Administration of Islamic Law (Federal Territories) Act 1993, the Malaysian Bar urges the Government to use this opportunity to bring the provision into conformity with the interpretation of Article 12(4) set out above. 

We note the Cabinet announced in April 2009 through the former de facto Law Minister, Dato' Seri Mohamed Nazri Abdul Aziz, that the children of an estranged couple should remain in the religion of the parents at the point of their marriage.  We also recall that the Government had sought to introduce appropriate amendments to the Law Reform (Marriage and Divorce) Act 1976 to provide that both parents must consent to the change of religion of a minor child.  We urge the Government to renew its initiative to introduce these amendments.  This is the correct constitutional position, and should be consistently reflected in all relevant legislation.

There is presently some confusion within some quarters regarding the relevance and weight of certain case law on this issue, in particular, the cases of Subashini Rajasingam v Saravanan Thangathoray decided by the Federal Court and Nedunchelian V Uthiradam v Nurshafiqah Mah Singai Annal & Ors decided by the High Court.

The case of Subashini Rajasingam v Saravanan Thangathoray is not authority for the interpretation and meaning of Article 12(4) of the Federal Constitution and the word "parent" found therein.  That Federal Court decision concerned appeals with respect to the High Court's refusal to grant an application by the wife for interim injunctive relief against the husband, and the grant of an Erinford injunction pending the appeals to the Court of Appeal being disposed of, and subsequently pending the appeals to the Federal Court.

The Federal Court dismissed the appeals on an initial and technical point, that the petition for dissolution of the marriage and for ancillary or consequential relief (such as for custody of the children) filed by the wife was premature and not in compliance with section 51(1) of the Law Reform (Marriage and Divorce) Act 1976.  That section states that a person may petition for dissolution of a marriage and seek ancillary or consequential orders only after the expiry of three months from the date of the other spouse's conversion to Islam.  In the Subashini case, the three-month period had not yet expired when the wife filed her petition for dissolution.

Therefore, the discussion by the Federal Court thereafter on the meaning of the word "parent" in Article 12(4) of the Federal Constitution is obiter dicta — other statements not required for the decision in dismissing the appeal — and is therefore not a binding statement of the law.

In any event, in discussing the meaning of the word "parent" in Article 12(4), the Federal Court in its judgment did not address Article 160 and the Eleventh Schedule of the Federal Constitution, as described above.  As such, the decision of the Federal Court in this respect was not only obiter dicta, it was also per incuriam, that is, a decision of court that is mistaken as a result of oversight. 

Likewise, the case of Nedunchelian V Uthiradam v Nurshafiqah Mah Singai Annal & Ors was dismissed on a preliminary objection.  The High Court in that case decided that the civil courts had no jurisdiction on the subject matter and that the Syariah Court had the jurisdiction, and thus the application in the High Court was dismissed.  Any other discussion thereafter on Article 12(4) and the meaning of the word "parent" was therefore again obiter dicta, and not binding law.

Any legislation that is inconsistent with Article 12(4), read with Article 160 and the Eleventh Schedule of the Federal Constitution, and that purports to provide that the consent of only one parent is sufficient for the conversion of a minor to any religion, would therefore be unconstitutional unless there is a prior amendment of Article 12(4).
Christopher Leong
President
Malaysian Bar
28 June 2013

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Malaysia-Invitation for Conference : Malaysian Legal and Corporate Conference 2013

Invitation for Conference : Malaysian Legal and Corporate Conference 2013
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Malaysia-Mediation for Accident Cases in Selangor Subordinate Courts

Mediation for Accident Cases in Selangor Subordinate Courts
To:


SBC/CIR/070/2013
27th JUNE 2013


  Re: Mediation for Accident Cases in Selangor Subordinate Courts    Dear Members Of the Bar,     We have been informed by the Courts that with effect from 1st July 2013 onwards, Mediation will take place for accident matters in all Subordinate Courts in Selangor.     The Subordinate Courts in Selangor will follow the Flowchart and the Explanatory Notes as a guideline for Mediation for accident matters.     Click below are the Flowchart and the Explanatory Notes.  
1) Flowchart  2) Explanatory Notes
  Notwithstanding the Flowchart and the Explanatory Notes are merely a guideline, nevertheless lawyers are advised to read the Flowchart and Explanatory Notes carefully.
      
Thank you, Vishnu Kumar Chairman Selangor Bar Committee




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Malaysia-Request for Feedback on Issues Pertaining to Conduct of Estate Agents

Request for Feedback on Issues Pertaining to Conduct of Estate Agents





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Circular No 145/2013
Dated 27 June 2013
To Members of the Malaysian Bar
Request for Feedback on Issues Pertaining to Conduct of Estate Agents
The Bar Council Conveyancing Practice Committee ("CPC") has been invited by the Malaysian Institute of Estate Agents ("MIEA") to discuss issues related to the real estate industry in Malaysia.
To have a meaningful and effective meeting, we invite Members of the Bar to provide feedback on related issues such as conduct and inappropriate practices of estate agents, including details of the estate agent concerned.  CPC will collate the responses in preparation for the upcoming meeting.
Kindly submit your input by 12 July 2013 (Friday) by:
(1) email to yingying@malaysianbar.org.my; or
(2) fax to 03-2034 2487; or
(3) post to Conveyancing Practice Committee (Attn: Chuah Ying Ying), Bar Council Malaysia, 15 Leboh Pasar Besar, 50050 Kuala Lumpur.
Please do not hesitate to contact Chuah Ying Ying, Officer, by telephone at 03-2050 2106, or by email at yingying@malaysianbar.org.my should you require any clarification.
Thank you.
Tony Woon Yeow Thong
Chairperson
Conveyancing Practice Committee
This circular may also be accessed here.


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Wednesday, 26 June 2013

Malaysia-Post-Election Series Seminar | Electoral Offences — Righting the Wrongs (29 June 2013)

Post-Election Series Seminar | Electoral Offences — Righting the Wrongs (29 June 2013)





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Circular No 144/2013
Dated 26 June 2013
To Members of the Malaysian Bar
Post-Election Series Seminar:
Electoral Offences — Righting the Wrongs (29 June 2013)
The 13th General Election was arguably the closest and fiercest the country has ever seen.  Allegations of electoral fraud had surfaced long before the historic polling day on 5 May 2013, some of which have now culminated in the numerous election petitions filed by both sides of the political divide.
The Bar Council Constitutional Law Committee and Human Rights Committee are co-organising the second seminar of the Post-Election Series to discuss various issues relating to the electoral process, particularly the allegations and complaints that have arisen from the 13th General Election.
The details of the event are as follows:
Time:               9:30 am to 5:30 pm
Date:               29 June 2013 (Saturday)
Venue:            Raja Aziz Addruse Auditorium, First Floor, Bar Council, 15 Leboh Pasar Besar, 50050 Kuala Lumpur
CPD Code:      29062013/BC/BC1147/5
CPD Points:    Five
Registration:    Admission is free but advance registration is required
The speakers and topics are:
(1) Azhar Azizan Harun, Advocate and Solicitor; Writer: Overview of existing laws concerning the election process, particularly the Election Offences Act 1954 and the procedures of election petitions;

(2) Wan Saiful Wan Jan, Chief Executive Officer, Institute for Democracy and Economic Affairs ("IDEAS") (officially accredited by the Election Commission as observer of the 13th General Election): IDEAS's observation of the 13th General Election;

(3) Jannie Lasimbang, Member of Partners of Community Organisations in Sabah ("PACOS"):  Views on election fraud and election-related offences from a Sabah perspective and an Orang Asal perspective; and

(4) James Nayagam, Commissioner of the Human Rights Commission of Malaysia ("SUHAKAM"): Complaints or concerns of fraud or other electoral offences that have been raised with respect to elections in Malaysia, the actions that SUHAKAM has taken and is proposing to take, best practices in other countries, and SUHAKAM's recommendations to the government.
For more details or to register, kindly contact Anusha Gopala Krishnan (03-2050 2097; anusha@malaysianbar.org.my) or Mohd Fazli Rosman (03-2050 2105; fazli@malaysianbar.org.my).
Thank you.
Firdaus Husni
Chairperson
Constitutional Law Committee
Andrew Khoo Chin Hock
Co-Chairperson
Human Rights Committee
This circular may also be accessed here.



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Malaysia-Ad: KLRCA | Judicial Interventions by Indian Courts in International Arbitrations (4 July 2013)

Ad: KLRCA | Judicial Interventions by Indian Courts in International Arbitrations (4 July 2013)




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This talk carries two CPD points, and the CPD code is 04072013/KLRCA/KL5561/2.





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Malaysia-The CLJ Bound Volume Collection

The CLJ Bound Volume Collection
To:


THE CLJ BOUND VOLUME COLLECTION
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Platinum Series  :(More than 30 Years Collection)
• CLJ Bound Volumes enhances from 1981 to 2012 including the Supplementary Series Collection (176 volumes)
• CLJ Additional Cases in Bound Volumes from 1997 to 2012 (16 volumes)
• CLJ Statute Citator Series with updated legislation incorporating the latest amendments (1 volume)
• Consolidated Index 1981-1992
• Consolidated Index 1993-2003
• Consolidated Index 2004-2010
• CLJ Bound Volumes 2013 Subscription (9 Volumes)
* Includes The Commonwealth Lawyer 3 Issues
Gold Series  :(20 Years Collection)
• CLJ Bound Volumes from 1994 to 2012 including the supplementary series collection (143 volumes)
• CLJ Additional Cases in Bound Volumes from 1997 to 2012 (16 volumes)
• CLJ Statute Citator Series with updated legislation incorporating the latest amendments (1 volume)
• Consolidated Index 1993-2003
• Consolidated Index 2004-2010
• CLJ Bound Volumes 2013 Subscription (9 Volumes)
* Includes The Commonwealth Lawyer 3 Issues
Silver Series  :(10 Years Collection)
• CLJ Bound Volumes from 2004 to 2012 including the supplementary series collection (84 volumes)
• CLJ Additional Cases in Bound Volumes from 2004 to 2012 (9 volumes)
• CLJ Statute Citator Series with updated legislation incorporating the latest amendments (1 volume)
• Consolidated Index 2004-2010
• CLJ Bound Volumes 2013 Subscription (9 Volumes)
* Includes The Commonwealth Lawyer 3 Issues

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Malaysia-Ad: Exclusive Invitation | Law Office Automation cum Tea Reception (13 July 2013)

Ad: Exclusive Invitation | Law Office Automation cum Tea Reception (13 July 2013)



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Saturday, 22 June 2013

Closed registration for the 5th July 2013, talk on 'Risk Management in Conveyancing Practice'.

Closed registration for the 5th July 2013, talk on 'Risk Management in Conveyancing Practice'.
To:


SBC/CIR/068/13
21st June 2013




Dear Members and Chambering Pupils,    We have closed registration for the 5th July, 2013, talk on 'Risk Management in Conveyancing Practice'      Thank you,    Secretariat  Selangor Bar Committee.




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Friday, 21 June 2013

Malaysia-Invitation to Participate in the Malaysian Legal and Corporate Conference (3 and 4 July 2013)

Invitation to Participate in the Malaysian Legal and Corporate Conference (3 and 4 July 2013)




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Circular No 142/2013
Dated 21 June 2013
To Members of the Malaysian Bar
Invitation to Participate in the Malaysian Legal and Corporate Conference
(3 and 4 July 2013)
The upcoming Malaysian Legal and Corporate Conference to be held in Kuala Lumpur on 3 and 4 July 2013 (Wednesday and Thursday) will be an ideal opportunity for Members of the Malaysian Bar and professionals from the corporate sector to explore developments in the law that affect the industry as a whole, and the corporate and legal sectors in Malaysia in particular.  Bar Council Malaysia is working in collaboration with the Malaysian Current Law Journal for this inaugural conference.
We look to this conference as the ideal opportunity to bring together the key players from both the corporate and legal communities to learn, network and grow together in tandem with the developments that have taken, and are taking, place.  With discussions in key areas such as corporate insolvency, winding-up and restructuring of companies, competition law, as well as the implications of legislation on money laundering, I believe that delegates of this conference will be able to hone their knowledge and skills in critical aspects of corporate law and litigation.
The lineup of speakers is impressive, with current and former members of the Bench as well as experienced representatives from both the corporate and legal sectors leading the discussions in this two-day event.
It is critical that we recognise that many challenges lie ahead for us as we work towards the achievement of Wawasan 2020.  I am mindful of the need for both sectors to collaborate and support each other, to ensure that we steer the nation in the right direction purposefully and professionally.
I am confident that the Members of the Malaysian Bar are cognisant of the role that we play, and wish to continue to play, in the shifting sands of corporate and legal developments in this country.  We must undertake the responsibilities of doing this in earnest, especially taking into account the liberalisation of the legal services sector in Malaysia. The implications of this liberalisation, particularly on the legal and corporate sectors, remain to be seen, and we need to strengthen the bonds between our two sectors and nurture professional and personal relationships that will provide a solid platform for communication and sharing.
I believe that this conference will provide such a platform.  I encourage Members to participate in this conference wholeheartedly, to enhance the engagement and cooperation between the legal and corporate sectors in pursuit of our common objectives and goals.
I look forward to seeing you at the conference, and to our forging ahead with a common purpose.
For more information on the conference, please refer to the attached brochure.  For enquiries, kindly contact the Malaysian Current Law Journal by telephone at 03-4270 2260 or by email at priority@cljlaw.com.
Thank you.
Christopher Leong 
President
Malaysian Bar
This circular and the attachment may also be accessed here.


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Malaysia-UPDATE: The Legacy Series | Gopal Sri Ram Lectures (June and July 2013)

UPDATE: The Legacy Series | Gopal Sri Ram Lectures (June and July 2013)




Kindly be informed that senior lawyers are welcome to join the sessions on 24 June 2013 and 16 July 2013.






This circular may also be accessed here.





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Malaysia-[MBar] Ad: Exclusive Offer for Members at Melbourne Property Expo, KL (27 to 30 June 2013)

[MBar] Ad: Exclusive Offer for Members at Melbourne Property Expo, KL (27 to 30 June 2013)




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Central Equity invites Members of the Malaysian Bar, their families and friends to preview a new Melbourne landmark apartment tower on June 27 to 30 at Le Meridien Hotel, K.L. See below for an exclusive offer for Members of the Malaysian Bar. (iPhone & Smartphone mobile website)
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Exclusive offer for Members of The Malaysian Bar:

Present this email when you purchase a brand new Melbourne apartment between June 27 to 30 and receive a free flight with 2 nights accommodation in a Central Equity apartment in Melbourne**. Book your seats now

 

K.L Hotline: 012 337 4767

Singapore Office: #05-02 Raffles City Tower, 250 North Bridge Rd.

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**Free Holidays Terms & Conditions: Purchaser is entitled to 1 free holiday including 1 economy airfare and 2 nights accommodation. Holiday must be taken by June 30, 2014 but cannot be redeemed during Special Events Periods. Accommodation is in a 1 or 2 bedroom Southbank apartment at Central Equity's discretion. Additional nights will be charged at prevailing rate. A minimum of 6 weeks notice is required to confirm booking and is subject to availability. Holiday Reward cannot be claimed with any other purchase offer. Holiday rewards cannot be combined. Holiday reward cannot be redeemed with any other accommodation offer. Free return flight is economy class departing K.L and is at the discretion of Central Equity. Once flight is booked no changes will be possible. Reward can not be transferred to anyone not named on the contract of sale. Reward is not redeemable for cash. Reward will be void if purchaser chooses a different purchase offer or fails to travel on booked dates.
Redemption Process for Holiday Offer: Visit australianpropertyexpo.com and book a seat for Melbourne Property Info Sessions. Entry is Free. Attend the Info Session on the booked date and time and mention the email offer to one of the Central Equity Sales Consultants to be eligible for this reward. If you purchase a brand new apartment between June 27 to 30 at the Property Expo you will be rewarded with a holiday to Melbourne. Other conditions apply, see Central Equity Expo staff for full details and redemption requirements.
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Malaysia-Closure of the Bar Council Library on 22 June 2013 (Saturday)

Closure of the Bar Council Library on 22 June 2013 (Saturday)




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Circular No 141/2013
Dated 20 June 2013
To Members of the Malaysian Bar and pupils in chambers
Closure of the Bar Council Library on 22 June 2013 (Saturday)
Kindly be informed that the Bar Council Library will be closed on 22 June 2013 (Saturday) due to anticipated road closures in the vicinity and the "Black 505" rally.
The Library will reopen at 8:30 am on 24 June 2013 (Monday).
We apologise for any inconvenience caused.
Thank you.
Richard Wee Thiam Seng
Secretary
Malaysian Bar

This circular may also be accessed here.



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Malaysia-Invitation to Public Forum | Environmental Issues in Malaysia and the Right to Life (28 June 2013)

Invitation to Public Forum | Environmental Issues in Malaysia and the Right to Life (28 June 2013)




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Circular No 140/2013
Dated 20 June 2013
To Members of the Malaysian Bar and pupils in chambers
Invitation to Public Forum:
Environmental Issues in Malaysia and the Right to Life (28 June 2013)
The Bar Council Environmental and Climate Change Committee, and Malacca Bar Young Lawyers and Chambering Pupils Subcommittee are jointly organising a public forum entitled "Environmental Issues in Malaysia and the Right to Life".  Details of the public forum are as follows:
Date:                           28 June 2013 (Friday)
Time:                          7:30 pm
Venue:                        Ramada Plaza Hotel, Malacca
Registration fee:       Free for Members of the Bar and pupils in chambers
Event code:                28062013/MLB/MLB7008/2
CPD points:                Two
Some of the issues that will be discussed within the right-to-life context are environmental hotspots in Malaysia, the efficacy of Malaysian environmental laws, the need to disengage from anthropocentricism, the Lynas issue, and why nuclear energy is not an option.  The objective of the forum is to raise public awareness through meaningful and constructive engagement on pressing environmental issues that need to be urgently addressed.
The speakers are Roger Chan Weng Keng (Co-Chairperson of Environmental and Climate Change Committee), Hon Kai Ping (Save Malaysia Stop Lynas Group Legal Counsel) and Dato' RS McCoy (former President of Malaysian Medical Association, anti-nuclear power activist and member of Canberra Commission on the Elimination of Nuclear Weapons). 
Members of the Bar and pupils in chambers are invited to the forum.  Admission is free but advance registration is required.  All expenses, including board and lodging, shall be borne by the participants.    
Kindly complete and submit the attached registration form by fax to 03-2032 2043 by 5:30 pm on 25 June 2013 (Tuesday). 
If you have any enquiries, please contact Siti Mariam Zainal Abidin (03-2050 2016; mariam@malaysianbar.org.my) or Shegi Nair (03-2050 2099; shegi@malaysianbar.org.my).
Thank you.
Chew Swee Yoke and Roger Chan Weng Keng
Co-Chairpersons
Environmental and Climate Change Committee
This circular and the attachment may also be accessed here.




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